GEORGE MC PHERSON HUNTER: clergyman, author; b. Glasgow, Scotland, Sept. 29, 1869; s. James and Elizabeth H.; educ. Engring School and Glasgow U.; grad. New Brunswick Theol. Sem. 1901; m. Madeline Norman of Toronto Can., 1904; children: Norman M., J. Stewart, Betty (dec.) Morprie. Came to U.S., 1899, naturalized, citizen, 1908; ordained Presby. minister, 1901; pastor Rochelle Park, N.J. 1901-04; Gen. Sec. Am. Seaman’s Friend Soc., 1904-14; edit. of “Presby. Banner,” Pittsburgh, Mem. Amer. Soc. Marine Engrs. Alpha Sigma. Republican; Mason. Author: “Morning Faces,” 1918; “When I Was a Boy in Scotland,” 1919; “Gardens of Green,” 1920. Contbr. articles on Sociology, Religion and Sea Life also adventure tales to mags. Has traveled in all countries of the world. Pittsburgh, Pa.
George McPherson Hunter
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